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Nick Kyrgios stuns Stefanos Tsitsipas in a tumultuous Wimbledon match

Australian Maverick Nick Kyrgios is a wild and wonderful Wimbledon third round slugfest and fourth seed Stefanos. I knocked out Stefanos Tsitsipas. Saturday control.

27-year-old Kyrgios created noble tennis to win 6-7 (2) 6-4 6-3 7-6 (7). , The match is remembered. Primarily as one of the worst temperament players seen in Wimbledon for decades.

The long-awaited Court One clash was the hottest ticket in town, despite Rafael Nadal playing on the center court.

I wasn't disappointed with the turmoil of shimmering tennis as both players lost their heads. In a deafening atmosphere with the

lights on, the unseeded Kyrgios escaped the turmoil with one of his best Grand Slam victories. After saving, I framed a fourth set of tiebreakers that shook my nerves. Set point.

Kyrgios declares victory with a drop shot and he will be in the final 16 for the fourth time with a serious desire for the title.

Next is the unseeded American Brandon Nakashima.

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For most high octane numbers, do it first It was the quality of tennis for both players who shook.

Kyrgios was his usual hunter's self, but lost his temper with referee Damian Dumsois after the line call on 5-5 of the first set was rejected. rice field.

Tsitsipas continued to focus on the task of winning the tiebreaker, and when Kyrgios took the 40-0 lead in two terrible conditions, 4-4 in the second set. I had a big chance to take control. I saved a breakpoint on a drop shot, but on a second serve ace.

Fireworks really started when Tsitsipas helped stay in the set 4-5.

The first Kyrgios was warned about audible obscenity after being reported by the line judge, but the Greeks couldn't get rid of the smash, so they served Tsitsipas. Responded to interrupt.

In frustration, Tsitsipas hit the ball that barely missed the fan's head and got a warning.

Kyrgios argued that Tsitsipas should be the default, calling the referee "humiliation" and seeking a supervisor.

After returning from the restroom break, Tsitsipas was booed because he unknowingly became a villain in the Kyrgios Pantomime.

Australia's Nick Kyrgios celebrates beating Greece's Stefanos Tsitsipas during their men's singles tennis match on the sixth day of the 2022 Wimbledon Championships.
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Struggling to stay calm, Tsitsipas is 3 Dropped a serve in the second early stage When set, he received a point penalty for starting a wild return from the serve under the armpit of Kyrgios . The ball bombarded the scoreboard.

Boiled Tsitsipas lost his coat with him in the next game as he smashed a short-range smash straight into Kyrgios and the atmosphere became toxic.

Barking at the crowd, Kyrgios served sensationally, ending the third set with a sublime reflex volley.

Kyrgios was fined for spitting at his fans after his first victory over Paul Jubu in his fourth first game. I got three break points, but there was enough drama and I slipped awkwardly and hurt my back.

Tsitsipas crouched out of trouble, Kyrgios showed no negative effects, and the temperature dropped slightly.

Kyrgios curled a bold forehand and scored a break point 3-3, but Chistipas roared firmly in rebellion.

In the darkness, Tsitsipas was 0-40 in the next match, but Kyrgios had a short break to close the roof and turn on the lights. I got out of trouble. The crowd is a breathtaking welcome opportunity.

On resumption Kyrgios saved set points with a tiebreaker backhand winner and another winner with a bold half-volley drop shot.

Another drop shot completed the job at the second match point, after which the players shook hands briefly.